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Make your voice heard!  Sign up today for our town hall on September 17!

7 – 8 p.m.
Rust Library
380 Old Waterford Road NW
Leesburg, VA 20176

Moderator:  John Geddie, Editor
Loudoun Times-Mirror

Invited Elected Officials

Community Partners

About the Town Hall
Register now!
(registration is free)

Now is the time for us to help determine what will be in the National Alzheimer’s Plan. Make sure your voice is heard! Together, we can make a difference to end Alzheimer’s.

Invited Elected Officials

U.S. Senators Mark Warner and Jim Webb
U.S. Representatives Frank Wolf, Gerry Connolly, and Jim Moran

Virginia State Senators Richard Black, Barbara Favola, Mark Herring, and Jill Holtzman Vogel
Virginia State Delegates Thomas Greason, James LeMunyon, Joe May, Randy Minchew, David Ramadan, and Tom Rust

Loudoun County Board of Supervisors
Mayors and Town Councils of Hamilton, Hillsboro, Leesburg, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purcellville, and Round Hill

Community Partners
(as of August 31, 2012)

AARP Virginia
Arden Courts of Fair Oaks
Capital Home Health Care
Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging
     with Senior Centers located  at:
     o  Cascades (Sterling)
     o  Senior Center of Leesburg
     o  Carver Senior Center (Purcellville)
     o  Dulles South Senior Activity Center (South Riding)
     and Adult Day Care Centers at:
     o  Leesburg (off Sycolin Road)
     o  Carver Senior Center (Purcellville)
     o  Eastern Loudoun (Ashburn)
Loudoun Senior Information Network (LSIN)
Medical Society of Northern Virginia
Northern Virginia Aging Network (NVAN)
Spring Arbor of Leesburg

About the Town Hall

The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to announce that for the second consecutive year we will be hosting town halls events in local communities across the country dedicated to shaping the National Alzheimer’s Plan and changing the trajectory of this dreaded disease. These events are excellent opportunities for the public to build relationships with congressional and state elected leaders that will help create better public policy. They also allow you and your fellow members of the Alzheimer’s community to publicly voice your opinions about the impact that a successfully implemented National Alzheimer’s Plan will have on your lives, from caregiver support and expanding research to healthcare provider education and efforts to raise public awareness to diminish the stigma associated with Alzheimer’s.

We need to hear from individuals living with dementia, caregivers and friends, researchers, providers and other stakeholders.  We need to hear from you!

Register now!

Registration is free.  Please call or sign up online to let us know you'll be there!
Click here to register online, or call 703.359.4440, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 
Not able to attend?  Share your feedback online

To learn more about the National Alzheimer’s Plan, visit

To learn more about the National Capital Area Chapter, our programs and services and other ways you can help, visit


Alzheimer's Association

Our vision: A world without Alzheimer's disease®.
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.